Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week!

Been away and want to catch up with last week's IP news? No problem! As always, the IPKat is here to bring you a quick summary -- the 150th edition of Never Too Late.

IPKat Eleonora Rosati timely summarizes the two copyright cases that have been referred to the CJEU by the German Federal Court of Justice, regarding some questions that go to the heart of copyright protection. 

“Whether (and what) role “plausibility” should play in the statutory test for sufficiency, and whether a patent should be held insufficient for lack of plausibility even though it is in fact enabled across the full scope of the claim?”, Guest Kat Stephen Jones shares his insights on Warner-Lambert v. Actavis and Generics [2016] EWCA Civ 1006

Guest Kat Mathilde Pavis reviews the French case regarding the word mark “Bébé Lilly”, which extended trade mark protection to the bond existing between an author and his/her work. 

Kat friend Shawn Poon from One Legal LLC in Singapore reports on an interesting decision by the Court of Appeal in Singapore on consumer “indifference” to the mark used.

Our new Guest Kat Mathilde Pavis leads a tour of “Display At Your Own Risk”, and discusses the debates on “Copyright or IP surrogacy?”

No worries, it is never too late...
“What is the future of the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court following the Brexit referendum? When and how will the new system go live? What does industry make of it all?” Eibhlin Vardy brings the issues which were up for debate at AIPPI’s exclusive seminar on “The UP and UPC - institutions and industry panel debate”, hosted at Bird & Bird's offices in New Fetter Lane.

Later, the Part 2 of the report on AIPPI’s seminar covers “The UP and UPC - institutions and panel debate”. 

InternKat Verónica Rodríguez Arguij puts her paws on Dr. Ingrid Kelly’s book Patents for Technology Transfer. The book “is a brief, yet practical guide addressed to Technology Transfer Offices managers working at universities and research institutes with little experience in patent law.”
InternKat Hayleigh Bosher brings her reports on Combat the Copycats, an event organized by the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN) and City, University of London as a fringe event to Clerkenwell Design Week. (A celebration of design and innovation in Clerkenwell involving 250 exhibitors, more than 90 showrooms, 10 installations and 7 exhibitions).

Photo courtesy of Ms. Nyske Blokhuis . 


Never Too Late 149 [week ending on Sunday 28 May] IPSoc Event Report: The ever-evolving law on the "communication to the public" right || Nestlé loses yet another KitKat battle | Judge sounds alarm of weakened US patent system, while industry groups start amending Section 101 | BREAKING: Supreme Court limits US patentee's forum shopping capabilities | Shinder, Shinder, Shinder … will you ever be like Tinder? | US Supreme Court uses TC Heartland to blunt key troll tool, but will California welcome the next wave of troll litigation? | Is there copyright in the taste of a cheese? Sensory copyright finally makes its way to CJEU | Big Data, products & processes: being a German patentee in the era of the Rezeptortyrosinkinase decisions | Life as an IP Lawyer: Singapore | Appointed Person issues first appeal decision in a design case | The meaning of "red carpet" in two and three dimensions: from Ancient Greece to Cannes | Judge Alsup driving forward Uber-Waymo trade secret dispute amongst "red flag" disclosure hearings | Monday Miscellany | Friday Fantasies.

Never Too Late 148 [week ending on Sunday 21 May] Book Review: Russell-Clarke and Howe on Industrial Designs I Scope of review by the General Court of decisions by the EUIPO Board of Appeal: the last act in LAGUIOLE I Dining out on trade marks - ZUMA - the own name defence for pets and groundless threats I The popular China copyright monitoring website 101 I Where are the women? Supreme Court hosts London launch of ChIPs with call to action to advance women in tech, law and policy I Br*x*t and brands – out of the EU in 680 days I In memoriam: Adolph Kiefer, Olympic gold medalist, innovator and inventor extraordinaire I Digital copies, exhaustion, and blockchains: lack of legal clarity to be offset by technological advancement and evolving consumption patterns? I German TV show allowed to call right wing politician 'Nazi sl*t', Hamburg court rules I Latest leak reveals that review of EU IP enforcement framework is currently in a deadlock I Sunday Surprises, Around the IP Blogs

Never Too Late 147 [week ending on Sunday 7 May] Deterrence sentencing for copyright infringement: Court of Appeal gives guidance I AIPPI Event Report: Will the Unwired Planet v Huawei FRAND judgment lead to fewer NPEs? I Unjustified Threats Bill receives royal assent I"Socialistic brand": a unique category of vintage brand I Movement afoot in the patent scene in Argentina I‘Right to be forgotten’ may potentially apply to all top-level domains, says Swedish Data Protection Authority I A General Civil Restraint Order against issuing further IP claims - Is this the end of the Perry v Brundle saga? I Monday Miscellany, Wednesday Whimsies

Never Too Late 146 [week ending on Sunday 30 April] Italian court finds Google and YouTube liable for failing to remove unlicensed content (but confirms eligibility for safe harbour protection) I Happy World IP Day! I Protecting the SOVEREIGN - The Royal Mint v The Commonwealth Mint I BGH on the freedom of the seas, ahm, panorama I ESPN: When Teflon is not enough in the face of platform disruption I BREAKING: CJEU in Filmspeler rules that the sale of a multimedia player is a ‘communication to the public’ I Filmspeler, the right of communication to the public, and unlawful streams: a landmark decision I Varsity Brands and Star Atheltica - A Closer Look I Court of Appeal dismisses Huawei's first appeal in Unwired Planet patent fight I Once upon a time: Inventive step argumentation as storytelling I Tuesday Miscellany, Around the IP Blogs, Never Too Late
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